“Thrifty & Vintage Finds” Link Party #71 — Thrifty Urn

by Dagmar Bleasdale on June 16, 2015

Dagmar's Home "Thrifty & Vintage Finds" Link Party

 Welcome to “Thrifty & Vintage Finds” link party No. 71!

If you found an amazing deal lately, a vintage or thrifty find, then I’d love you to link up. You might get featured next week!

I have a thrifty find to share today. I saw this yellow urn at the Goodwill store a few weeks ago but didn’t get it because I didn’t want to pay $6 for it. I didn’t need it, I just would’ve liked to have it.

thrifty urn, DagmarBleasdale.comThrifty Urn

A few weeks later it was still there, and everything with a green tag was half off. Sold!

thrifty urn, DagmarBleasdale.com

For now, I just stuck it on our mantel, which I want to redo soon.

thrifty urn, DagmarBleasdale.com

If you linked up last week, thank you! You all made my choice of who to feature so hard again.

I enjoyed all of your posts and discovered new blogs, which is always fun and inspiring.

I decided to feature Stacy, who blogs at Vintage Scrap Shop. She bought this lovely basket planter for $2.99 at a thrift store.

basket planter

Thanks for linking up, Stacy! I hope you’ll link up again. Feel free to add this button to your post or blog if you like.

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If you weren’t featured this week but would like to be, just link up the same post again, and any new ones.

Your turn! If you’ve picked up a thrifty or vintage find lately, I’d love to see it.

I’m thrilled about any link, but if you want to get featured, please only link up thrifty or vintage finds, and link back to this post. I also feature DIY posts if you transformed something that was originally a thrifty or vintage find.

And after you link up, it would be lovely if you would share this party — pin, stumble, tweet away! The bigger the party, the more exposure for us all.

I can’t wait to see your finds! How to link up:

  • Link up posts about your thrifty or/and vintage find.
  • Please add the party button to your post {see code below} or a link back to this link party post so others can be inspired to join in the fun. Only posts with a link to this party will be considered to be featured.
  • No links to giveaways, or shop or Etsy sites please.
  • By submitting a link you are authorizing for your project to be featured. Featured links will include a photo and a link back to the originating site.
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Jenny @ Refresh Living June 17, 2015 at 11:16 PM

I found your blog at Moonlight and! Mason Jars and I will definitely be linking up the thrifty finds I come across. (This is my kind of link party!) I just started co-hosting a new link party and we’d love for you to join us. It starts on Tuesdays at 7pm but runs throughout the week. Thanks!

Dream. Create. Link. Party


Dagmar Bleasdale June 24, 2015 at 12:49 AM

Thank you for your nice comment and the invite, Jenny! I’ll definitely check it out. My latest Thrifty & Vintage Finds party is posted.


Rita C at Panoply June 17, 2015 at 2:41 PM

Oh, how I love your doll collection you’ve shared on Wordless Wednesday! Those poor babies have been crying to be let out all these years. ;) One of my Panoply sisters is a [retired] master dollmaker. She taught weekly classes and had a huge stock of replica molds of many antique dolls that she and her students would recreate. She used to order clothing made by a seamstress in Germany, who used old, fine laces and beautiful period fabrics for dressing the dolls. I have a couple my sister gifted me, one very similar to yours you brought from Germany. Thank you for sharing yours, and for hosting us in this vintage finds party. It’s fun to join and share what we get excited about.


Dagmar Bleasdale June 24, 2015 at 12:54 AM

Hi Rita, you are so right — what was I thinking to not open that box for so long! Poor babies.


Diana June 17, 2015 at 12:15 PM

Love Stacy’s unique basket planter–so lovely filled with all those beautiful annuals. Thanks for hosting (and see you soon)!


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